Gah-Kai (pronounced 'GAR-kay') is a PhD candidate in political theory at Warwick. His thesis concerns the ethical and political issues in mitigating the risk of catastrophic tsunami-generating earthquakes.

His interests cover most areas of social, legal and political philosophy. Aside from his doctoral research, he is currently working on bureaucracy and structural injustice; body image and eating disorders; care work and mental health; and historical injustice and reconciliation. He has also written on a range of topics in bioethics and environmental ethics.

He has been involved in various kinds of engagement activities, including writing …

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